Zag-Zaw puzzle made by Raphael Tuck & Sons, London, England in the 1930's. Plywood, interlocking with 40 figure pieces. Scene from Charles Dickens' novel, Martin Chuzzlewit. While the colors are terrific, the print used is actually 3 sheets of paper with the picture printed on the top sheet. Unfortunately, the adhesive between the sheets and the glue attaching the print to the plywood has failed and I was forced to reglue paper for 65 pieces (sometimes all 3 sheets) and recolor 3 pieces because the top sheet with picture had been lost. Another massive restoration job; the result speaks for itself. Artist is, of course, Albert Ludovici, Jr.